led structures
Fixed act
Visual act

Breathe:We can resign to almost everything in life and can survive days without food and water. Without breathing though we can only resist for a few moments. Our modern-day life is so much reigned by stress, tension and nervousness that we must relearn the most essential part of our being: to BREATHE! properly! With this installation, the artists want to make people aware about reconnecting with themselves and to nature by just breathing consciously. This sculpture seeks to inspire the observer interactively, both visually and auditory. 

Neutrons: Neutron is a big scale Light Installation which deals in a poetical manner with the subatomic world, a level of order which we can not yet fully understand.Neutrons are created in some of the most powerful events in cosmology, such as supernovas, nuclear reactions which take place in the core of a star, or during the spin-down of a neutron star. That is the reason why the artists found very attractive the idea of an artistical depiction of this very special elementary particle.

Horizon:The passage of infinite reflections Horizon" proposes the expansion of a transit area by the use of light; new dimensions become visible when the light interacts with the facets of a system designed to deceive the senses. What was apparent might not be there. What we think may not exist, now seems real and it is displayed in front of us. An endless game of shapes that twist our perception of space-time continuum.

The artists come from Austria


Breathe:The sculpture is almost 6 meters high, and there is as well a 2 meters high prototype available
Buildup / Dismantle breathhttps://youtu.be/_Ywhata3kuA
Neutrons:The installation is a 4 meters diameter simmetrical Icosahedron made of an aluminium structure to which 150 meters of led strips are attached. This three-dimensional object is treated in its lightning concept to display powerful abstracts patterns, letting the audience play with their own imagination about the subatomic world.The object can be very easily placed on the ground, or hung from different structures, including a crane. In order to intensify the experience of the audience, The artists present as well the piece with a specially composed soundscape.
Horizon: The Sound / Light installation can be installed in open spaces as well as in interior spaces, and it consists of a structure of stable aluminium profile, which holds plates of mirrored Dibond on the side walls as well as the ceiling, transforming the passage into an "infinite" reflective tunnel, 10 meters long, 2,5 meters high, 3 meters wide. A grid of (110 meters) addressable LED strips are mounted inside of the aluminium structure and controlled by a special software and hardware in order to display patterns specifically designed for the piece. Each individual LED is operated independently and receives specific values of hue and brightness. In this way, it is possible to produce beautifully complex patterns throughout the entire grid. The effects of this system amplified by the reflections phenomena created by the opposition of mirrored plates, provides endless perceptual possibilities.
A self-composed music piece intensifies the experience of the passers-by and places an accent on the abstract happening of each visitor. The piece is based on the usage of low frequencies and it is played only by subwoofers, 2 on each side of the tunnel, which bring the whole structure to vibrate and resonate, filling up the space within and having an influence on the audience much more on a physical level than on a perceptual level.